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Ben Sansum is 35. But he lives in 1946. His clothes, his house, the music he listens to - all come from an era before he was even born. BBC News went to meet Ben at home in Cambridgeshire
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Im expectiing big thumbs up for this comment ! But the thing is.....if he was actually alive in the 1950s, hed probably be dressing and living like he was in the 1890s. Because people sometimes think that the past was so much better. Maybe in some ways it was and maybe in some ways it isnt. Cool guy though. But thats just my opinion
Any plans to catch up with Ben to see what he's up to? You could show a bit of this in "Back in time for tea" when they're in 1946 and have a 5 minute clip of how he does it? Anything just find out if he's still doing it please, I'm guessing he's got a full Star Trek bridge for his living room.
I'm obsessed with all time periods before 2000 but the time periods I ACTUALLY want to live in and think about daily are 1970s NYC idk why I'm just drawn to that, and number one American Revolutionary period living in New England. I would give up everything to live in either of those times.
Ok. This may sounds a little strange to some people. But what has happened, most likely, is that the gentleman lived a good, happy, enjoyable life in that period; but left (died) too soon. Now living again in this period there is a strong desire to complete that lifetime and remain enjoying the life he missed.
If he is placed under hypnosis and regressed I believe that will be the case.
(Disclaimer) Humans never incarnate as animals. Humans have individual souls and animals have group souls. That's why you see things like flocks of birds turning all at once. They're connected. So, humans' always come to earth as a human being.
Last, Reincarnation and Transmigration are two separate doctrines that have gotten confused by people. God is Love, and love does not judge or condemn. We get every chance we need to make it back to Heaven. Not just one chance. That is part of the Great Apostasy in the Church that supposedly Jesus wanted. (He didn't even want a church.)